Fair Oaks | Water Heaters
Welcome to Fair Oaks
Fair Oaks is a suburb of Sacramento with a population of 31,032. Fair Oaks is in Sacramento County and is one of the best places to live in California. The zip code is 95628. Living in Fair Oaks offers residents a dense suburban feel and most residents own their homes. In Fair Oaks there are a lot of coffee shops and parks. Many young professionals and retirees live in Fair Oaks and residents tend to lean conservative. The public schools in Fair Oaks are above average.
Water Heater Pros
Provides professional water heater services, and has been servicing and installing water heaters in Fair Oaks California for many decades. We take great pride in the quality water heaters in that we install as well as our quality of work. We stand behind every water heater installation with a three year workmanship warranty on top of the manufacturers warranty. We offer gas and electric tank type water heaters as well as gas tankless and electric heat pump water heaters. We are your local trusted water heater company in Fair Oaks.
When is Water Heater Replacement Necessary?
Many water heater problems can be solved with professional repairs. However, it’s important to know when repairs are possible or if you need water heater replacement as this can ultimately save you time, money, and stress.
Not sure if you need to replace your water heater in Fair Oaks? Consider these factors first;
Age – Is your tank-type water heater more than 9 years old? and it's a 6-year factory warranty (most popular) It might be time to start considering replacement, especially for units that have not been maintained.
Frequent Repairs – Has your water heater recently required frequent, costly, or repeated repairs? Constant breakdowns might be a sign that it’s time for a new unit.
Lack of Hot Water – If you find that your home is frequently without hot water, or that the water coming from faucets is lukewarm at best, water heater replacement might be needed.
Leaking Tank – If your water heater’s tank has an obvious leak, it’s time for a replacement. Leaks are typically caused by internal issues and are rarely repairable.
Appearance – Is the tank rusted? Do you notice signs of corrosion? Is the water in your home discolored or rust-tinted? If so, it’s probably time for a new water heater.
Sediment Buildup – Sediment buildup in the tank of your water heater can lead to a number of problems. If you’ve never had the water heater flushed, it’s possible that buildup has occurred.
While these and other signs can indicate a need for a water heater replacement, you may still be uncertain whether or not repairs are possible. Our water heater pros can offer honest advice and make professional recommendations based on their extensive expertise.